Video Cam, Adaptor, Software Kit
- Model No. 900‐398A Vickers Hardness Tester
- Includes Video cam, adapter and manual measurement softwar
- Model No. 900‐398B Vickers Hardness Tester
- Includes Video cam, adapter and Auto-Measurement software
Our advanced line of Macro Vickers hardness testers are state-of-the-art, precise hardness testing systems suitable for hardness analysis of metallic specimens in metallography laboratories or production environments.
The Phase II macro-vickers hardness testers are versatile and user-friendly systems.
This hardness tester comprises the very best in “state of the art” design along with dynamic precision only found at Phase II. The 900-398 vickers hardness tester is easy to operate, yet engineered to obtain highly sensitive and accurate readings. Designed for the accurate vickers hardness testing of small precision parts, thin materials, case hardened layers and all sorts of steel components. The Phase II 900-398 is our macro-vickers hardness tester, covering the hardness test load range from 1kg to 50kg, with digital technology. Conforming to ASTM E-384/92 vickers hardness testers standards, the 900-398 digital vickers hardness tester will offer unmatched repeatability. A perfect rugged performer suited for any environment, the Phase II vickers hardness testers are offered with a 5 year warranty and free lifetime technical support.
The 900-398 Vickers Hardness Tester which includes precision video and hardness measurement software package is engineered to produce a clear indentation and a more precise measurement. By means of a load cell, closed circuit system for control, the CPU controls hardness testing force to load/dwell/unload, allowing for the highest degree of accuracy. The large LCD shows the hardness measuring methods, the hardness testing force, the indentation length, hardness value, the dwell time of the testing force as well as the number of the measurement on its screen.
All information such as diagonal lines length of indentation, hardness values, data statistics and hardness conversions can be displayed on the LCD as well as your laptop or PC.